Rooted in the Lasallian tradition of making a quality education accessible to all, we provide excellence in education, promote service, justice, care, inclusivity, community and zeal.
We proudly proclaim, “I am somebody!”
We nurture loving relationships which build whole–person wellbeing.
Empowerment, accessibility, every voice matters, active engagement
We open doors to our neighbors so all feel welcome.
We are called to ask “how can I help”?
We see unfairness. We take responsibility to fix it.
We feel unabashed enthusiasm for life, love and learning.
At the start and close of each day, at lunch, during classes, in the halls—anytime the community needs to be called to order—La Salle students and staff proudly declare “I Am Somebody.” This simple phrase is the backbone of La Salle’s beliefs—that every person has dignity, worth and value. It is both our motto and a way to constantly remind our students and staff that we are all valuable members of our community.
Families interested in enrolling in La Salle Middle School must submit an application form and talk to Sherida Williams, the Enrollment Coordinator. As La Salle is a charter school, students may then be required to participate in a lottery to determine whether they will be accepted to the school. If accepted, families will complete a home visit with a faculty member. For more information, contact Sherida Williams at 314-531-9820
As a public, charter school, La Salle Middle School will not charge anything for tuition.
La Salle Middle School does not currently provide transportation for students. We work closely with parents to help with transportation when possible.
All students are provided with a healthy, well-rounded breakfast and lunch every day, free of charge. Students are not allowed to bring food from home to school.
EnCompass is an optional enrichment program available to all of our students. Through EnCompass, students are provided with classes like yoga, swimming and art. EnCompass also provides high school and college readiness courses to both our middle and high school students. For more information about the EnCompass program, contact Christine Holladay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The 2018-19 La Salle Middle School Student and Family Handbook describes the expectations for students attending La Salle. It includes general information, the school climate, as well as other rules, regulations, and policies governing student life.